Posts Tagged ‘Metacognitive Learning’
What is Metacognition and why use it?
Metacognition is “the knowledge and regulation of one’s thought processes.” (Kennedy et al., 2008) Carr et al. (1996) suggest that “there is considerable evidence that metacognition plays a role in school performance.” Metacognition encourages students to think about their own learning. This involves learning strategies for planning, monitoring and evaluating. It is also about making…Read More